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2.2.10.7 KERB_KEY_DATA_NEW

The KERB_KEY_DATA_NEW structure holds a cryptographic key. This structure is used in conjunction with KERB_STORED_CREDENTIAL_NEW. For more information, see section 3.1.1.8.11.6.

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Reserved1

Reserved2

Reserved3

IterationCount

KeyType

KeyLength

KeyOffset

Reserved1 (2 bytes): This value MUST be ignored by the recipient and MUST be set to zero.

Reserved2 (2 bytes): This value MUST be ignored by the recipient and MUST be set to zero.

Reserved3 (4 bytes): This value MUST be ignored by the recipient and MUST be set to zero.

IterationCount (4 bytes):  Indicates the iteration count used to calculate the password hashes.

KeyType (4 bytes): Indicates the type of key, stored as a 32-bit unsigned integer in little-endian byte order. This MUST be one of the values listed in section 2.2.10.8.

KeyLength (4 bytes): The length, in bytes, of the value beginning at KeyOffset. The value of this field is stored in little-endian byte order.

KeyOffset (4 bytes): An offset, in little-endian byte order, from the beginning of the property value (that is, from the beginning of the Revision field of KERB_STORED_CREDENTIAL_NEW) to where the key value starts.

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